Trump canceled the Florida-based portion of the Republican party convention scheduled for next month.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has renewed its recommendation to open schools. Now it is flagging for opening.
In the past, the CDC stressed special caution in this regard.
The disease center announced its new policy on Twitter on Thursday night local time. The line change was announced a few weeks after the president Donald Trump had requested this.
“It is very important for our public health to open schools this fall,” said Trump’s CDC director. Robert RedfieldBBC:n by.
However, the CDC pointed out that opening schools does not make sense if the virus spreads locally. At the same time, it was reminiscent of safety gaps and face masks.
Due to the worsening corona situation in many places, a number of cities have reported that their schools are opening virtually. Such cities include Houston and Los Angeles, among others.
In some cities, such as New York, a hybrid model has been chosen.
Trump canceled the Florida nomination
On Thursday, Trump announced that he would cancel local time until the end of August due to the coronavirus situation in the Republican nomination event scheduled for Florida.
USA Todayn according to Jacksonville, the planned event was part of a Republican party convention to officially nominate Trump as the party’s presidential candidate.
Trump told of the cancellation of the incident in the White House Corona Situation Report. According to him, now is not the time to hold a big meeting. Coronavirus infections have been on the rise recently in Florida and many other states.
The main reason for canceling the Jacksonville incident is security, Trump said. He said he could imagine the media complaining that the incident was not safe.
On Thursday, local time, the number of coronavirus infections in the United States already exceeded four million. The matter is clear Johns Hopkins University.
Coronavirus infections have been on the rise, especially in the southern and western states of the country.
To date, there have been more than 144,500 corona-related deaths in the United States. There are less than 12,300 corona infections per million inhabitants and 436 deaths per million inhabitants in Finland.